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Letters, November 1903-18 February 1914


Scope and Contents


  1. Letter from [Rev.] John MacNeill, Eriskay, 22 October 1907, words of ‘Gur millis Morag’ and ‘Nighean dubh’ appended.
  2. Note from Charles [Kennedy], [November 1903], on reverse of ‘Mrs KennedyFraser’s Song Lectures [...] Schubert Programme’, 1903-1904.
  3. Letter from Katherine W. Grant, Tarbert, Loch Fyne, 22 July 1908.
  4. Stencilled letter, two copies, from the National Women’s Social & Political Union, [Edinburgh], 28 September 1909, signed by Patricia Waddel, Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, and Maud E. Fletcher, various Marjory Kennedy-Fraser notes on reverse.
  5. Letter from Alexander Carmichael, Edinburgh, 7 June 1907, in envelope of ‘Fishery Board for Scotland’, words of ‘Taladh Bleoghain’ and ‘Mairiread og’ appended.
  6. Letter from William Gordon Burn-Murdoch, Edinburgh, 20 December 1909.
  7. Three letters from Annie Johnstone, The Glen, Barra: 27 August 1911, 3 September 1911, 21 October 1911.
  8. Letter from Henry Whyte, Glasgow, 6 June 1910, words of ‘Chuir mo leannan cùl rium fhein’ appended.
  9. Envelope from Matthew Pollock Caledonia Cabinet Works, Beith, addressed to Miss Millar, 86 George St., Edinburgh, postmarked ‘Manchester, 07 [1907]’, containing Gaelic & English words, sol-fa, and comments on two songs: ‘Drovers’ Song’ and ‘A Tiree air’.
  10. Letter from W. W. [William Watson] Peploe, Edinburgh, 18 February 1914.


  • Creation: November 1903-18 February 1914


Language of Materials

English and Scottish Gaelic

Conditions Governing Access

Due to format, there is no current listening access to the recordings.


From the Box: 1 box

Repository Details

Part of the University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections Repository

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